This issue features Road Notes: A Fine Day in Quarantine, Landings: Every Cog and Wheel, Destinations: Hungry Trout Resort, Holding On and Letting Go, In Praise of Wild Tables, Finding Thiings, Day’s End, and much more.
(Washington D.C) —The U.S. Geological Survey recently released a report that raises serious quest... ...Read More >
Every day I have the opportunity to use these words dozens of times in conversations either over ... ...Read More >
As our fast-pace society continues to experience surging development and industrialization, habit... ...Read More >
With all the pain, suffering, inconvenience, uncertainty and fear that COVID-19 has generated among Americans, one positive note can be sounded: The virus has encouraged people to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. ...Read More >
Like Tom Carney (“Tailfeathers,” Spring 2021), I also had a Barbour waxed cotton jacket that I stopped wearing for several reasons. I found it to not be completely waterproof, and in fact it made me feel cold and clammy in cold, dry weather. I also did not want to look like the yuppie that decided to look the part of an outdoorsman by buying the latest outdoor fashion statement. ...Read More >
Dog: Tara, Irish red and white setter ...Read More >
Regular readers of The Upland Almanac know we like to use this department to alert them to items they might find interesting about some of our regular contributors. ...Read More >